Organizational Behavior in the Marine Corps: Three Interpretations


A scholarly analysis of Marine Corps survival as seen through the lens of three different organizational theories, this volume is a sourcebook in management and public administration for the "way of seeing" view. Marutollo, intimately familiar with the Marine ethic, provides a practical demonstration of how management theories can be regarded as different ways of seeing rather than predictive schemes. Models used are Population Ecology, Resource Dependence, and Structural Contingency Models. This volume is a one of a kind approach to interpreting management theories.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1990


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